Travel award to present research at a virtual or in-person regional, national, or international meetings or conferences. A total of $2,500 is available. Ideally, SECOORA will support at least one person in each funding category (Undergraduate and Graduate / Early Career). Proposals are due Thursday September 22, 5:00 PM ET.
The 2022 Data Challenge invites applicants to develop a project that combines multiple Southeast datasets to understand a coastal ocean event. There are two $3,500 prizes in two categories and proposals are due Thursday September 22, 2022.
Join SECOORA for a webinar on June 28 at 12:00 PM ET presented by Scott Duncan, Navocean, and Veronica Ruiz Xomchuk, Florida Atlantic University. They will be presenting the results from a year long project that deployed Vela (a self-navigating sailboat fitted with several sensors) to better understand the onset, development, and die-off of harmful algal blooms (HAB) in Lake Okeechobee.